The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 22
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8B Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday, October 7, 1971 Cheerleader Selected Queen at Weber High Amid the muck and mire of i other sports. the Weber High'- School Homecoming football game with Logan, one bright note appeared as Denise Dixon was announced Homecoming Queen. Miss Dixon, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. -Dennis Dixon, lives at 1385 S. 3500 W. in West Weber. The five foot three inch cheerleader has -brown hair and green eyes, sophomore year During Denise her was nominated for Miss Sophomore. She is an honor student and member of the Ski Club. FAVORITE HOBBIES Denise states, •"!• love people and enjoy working and helping them anyway I can." First attendant for Homecoming Queen was Michelle Koberts and LaDawn Shaw was 'second attendant. THREE QUARTETS 'Three quartets w.ere recently selected to .represent Weber in the all-state choir. The choir will perform in Salt Lake City during UBA convention. The quartets, which -are numbered according to state classification, practice daily at ~ a.m. The singers are Ann Denise lists skiing and hor-|Baily, Mary Knight Laura seback riding as her favorite Probst, Debbie .Marriott, Jeame hobbies She also enjoys all i Shaw and. Melanie Peterson. Bear River Starts Horsemanship Class SCHOOL PAGES DENISE DIXON Weber Queen The male singers are Kim; Hoyt, Val Holley, Jim Kriscofferson, Larry Webster, Kevin Lund, and David Chad- Box Elder High School Schedules Homecoming GARLAND — Horsemanship, a course working to develop better horsemen and horsewomen, is now in ; full swing at Bear River High. The program is designed to teach interested students the skills and techniques si uable in the rodeo field. The course instructs students in roping and riding. It also teaches class members the way of handling and caring for horses. LEARN GOAT TYING Cowgirls get in on the action as they learn the skills in goat year in Denver, Colo. Ogden will be the site for next year's competition. New officers for the Bear River club will be chosen some time next week. Mrs. Thurston, also the Bear's art instructor, i tying, an event becoming morej ---•• , , ,, „,, ct , to widespread in the rodeo field. Members for the all-state Cla | s members are now ready- band were also chosen. Among - ...„.,. them are seniors Sheri 'Stilt who work during the winter months. During that time, belts, wallets and other leather articles will be made by club members. Fund-raising will also take place this winter. Candy sales will be featured. Funds will go for financing yearbook pictures and parties planned. By Karlene Grover BRIGHAM -CITY—Monday starts the week of Box Elder .High' School's Homecoming. Many fun activities will be going on during this week. WUitJsaiNu on tue "Bee" for Box Elder High School's Homecoming activities are Martin Reeder, Janet Haasen and Jeanne Hansen (left to right). • MORGAN HOMECOMING King and Queen Chosen Each class will sponsor and take part in the special activities. Freshmen will make and light a gigantic bonfire. Sophomores will "light the B" on the mountain, in bright red flares on game night. Juniors will "paint the town on Thursday, spreading slogans of paint all over side-walks, windows, and themselves. Seniors will take charge of the Homecoming Dance and numerous other activities. j A week to reign over all the proceedings.' On one day, the whole student body will wear Sky View's colors as a jinx. Another day will find Box Elder dressed in their own' purple and white for MORGAN—The homecoming king and queen at Morgan High this year are Gary Rowser and Kathy Tucker. Kathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Tucker of Mor- school newspaper staff as hum- The costumes judged good luck. plays the second violin and I Dixie Slater who plays bass. PLAYS CELLO Ned Johnson, a .Junior, plays Cello. Joining him are Carl Rahconan on viola, and Tim Farr. on flute. The only sophomore to make the band was Lynn Archibald on second violin. ing themselves for the High] School Eliminations Rodeo set] for May 9 or 10 at the Golden; Spike Rodeo grounds. j There, students will compete j with their classmates and other contestants from high schools throughout the state. Plans are in the making for a stomp after rodeo festivities. Other eliminations rodeos are being scheduled throughout the viuiui. Deing scneuuieu uuuuguuui. mv. Many Warriors attended the| sta t e Any student belonging to Crazy Hat Stomp sponsored by a c j ub an( j having insurance is oe school build ings decorated by the the Boys Association Wednesday night. Every one danced in their stocking feet to the sounds of student body. B'Bttes, Rock- ettes, cheerleaders and student body officers will each decorate a section of the school. Half-time on Friday night will Rockettes and B'ettes marching to the accompaniment of the Box Elder Marching It will be a marvelous h t arded to By Lorraine Miller a club and having insurance is eligible to participate in these state eliminations. Winners will then qualify for state finals. STATE FINALS State finals will qualify the participant to participate in the national rodeo to be held this MEN - WOMEN No Experience Needed • GOOD PAY • TOP BENEFITS U. S. Army Trains You at full pay for more than 300 jobs and skills. For more information, contact your Army recruiter. CALL COLLECT SFC Robert Schmidt Ogden - 399-6402 gan. Active in school activities, Kathy wa s the 9th grade representative to the yearbook queen has been a member of •- - three years of or editor and as a member of the hall patrol. He participated in football for four years and basketball for three years. Cary and Kathy reigned over a number of homecoming acti- and Myron Kippen—wearing a| pair of knickers, knee socks, a| ...t-:4. A *slii>-f nrirl +10 arM a hat! white shirt and tie, and a hat with ribbons on it—was chosen | the winner. ic *ri*±nwi. : The homecoming assembly j vities last week. POWDER PUFF GAME The Powder Puff Football Game between the senior and was held in the afternoon. The I homecoming royalty was ! crowned and the alumni pro- 'vided the program. _ Friday was set the M. ** t aside for decorat- was FHA SECRETARY She is also the secretary of Cary Rowser. Gary Nelson, and the Future Homemakers of Delwin Carter. America this year, has been in The juniors cheerleaders were a capella choir one year, is a Tony London Scott Sommers third year seminary graduate Chns Randall, Brad Shaw, and and has been a member of the Kurt Cnttenden. band for four years. . 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